There’s a rumor going around that there are folks who don’t enjoy the decadent, creamy lusciousness of chocolate — and while we may raise an eyebrow at such a claim, we wholeheartedly believe that these non-chocoholics also deserve to be treated sweetly on Valentine’s Day. Here are a few of our favorite non-chocolate desserts for our cacao-averse friends.
1. Valentine’s Day Marshmallow Pops
These fun and easy Valentine’s Day Marshmallow Pops make great sweet treats for your kids. Made using store-bought marshmallows and decorated with a variety of Valentine sprinkles, these handmade Valentine treats are sure to become a family favorite!
2. Cherry Heart Pies
3. Chalkboard Love Notes Cookies
4. Galentine’s Day Waffle Cake
5. Ruffled Valentine’s Day Cupcakes
6. Red Velvet Sandwich Cookies with Cream Cheese Filling
7. Strawberry-Raspberry Slab Pie Recipe
8. Layered Heart Cake
9. I LAVA YOU COOKIES
10. Mini Valentine Gingerbread House Kit
11. Sparkling Purple Geode Cookies
12. Foxy Cookie Sandwiches
Give your foxy Valentine a little something sweet with these cute Foxy Cookie Sandwiches. Perfect for slipping into lunch bags, these cute cookies are made using a heart-shaped cookie cutter, then decorated with Candy Melts candy and filled with creamy buttercream frosting. What does the fox say? Another cookie, please!
13. Candy Confetti Cookies
Use various shades of Candy Melts candy to make your own candy confetti, perfect for topping cakes, cupcakes and these cute heart-shaped Candy Confetti Cookies. A fun project for little hands, these easy-to-decorate cookies make a tasty edible gift for moms, teachers, neighbors and friends.
14. Happy Valentine’s Day Cupcakes
These cute Valentine’s treats are great for kids and adults alike! Combining simple piping techniques, these Happy Valentine’s Day Cupcakes are perfect for beginners. Use your favorite vanilla or strawberry cake mix to start, then have fun piping dots, stars and rosettes using shades of pink and purple buttercream.